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Section 3. These products are: Packaged lumber. Engineered building products e. Positioning and Securing Bundles Section 3. Option 2: Provide a means such as dunnage or blocking to prevent the bundles from shifting towards each other.

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Section 3. Boulders are stabilized and adequately secured by tiedowns. Or by the requirements for general cargo Section 2. Positioning Boulders Section 3.

The boulder has a hardwood blocking piece below it. Boulder should rest on both deck and timber, with at least 3 well-separated points of contact that prevent rolling in any direction.

The boulder is placed in a hardwood crip. The narrow point of the boulder is facing the cab of the truck. The chain goes through notches in the boulder. Secure each boulder individually with at least two chain tiedowns placed side-to-side across the vehicle. Place tiedowns as closely as possible to the hardwood blocking used to support the boulder. The cargo is loaded in the middle of the truck and tied down in two locations. Secure each boulder individually with at least two chain tiedowns forming an "X" pattern over the boulder.

Pass the tiedowns over the center of the boulder and attach them to each other at the intersection by a shackle or other connecting device. The two ties do cross at the top of the boulder. Each boulder is loaded on two spacer bars to level it out. Then there are two tiedowns on each bolder that are at 60 degree angles.

Finally there is a circular tie towards the top of each boulder that connects the two tiedowns on each boulder.

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The specific requirements are for metal coils transported: On flatbed vehicles. In sided vehicles with or without anchor points. In intermodal containers with or without anchor points. Use a friction mat between pallet and deck.

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Driver’s Handbook on Cargo Securement

Section 3. Boulders are stabilized and adequately secured by tiedowns. Or by the requirements for general cargo Section 2. Positioning Boulders Section 3. The boulder has a hardwood blocking piece below it. Boulder should rest on both deck and timber, with at least 3 well-separated points of contact that prevent rolling in any direction. The boulder is placed in a hardwood crip.

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How well must the securement system work? Section 1. This requirement is satisfied when the cargo is "Fully Contained. For cargo securement purposes it is expressed as a percentage of cargo weight, i. Tarpaulin tarp : A waterproof sheet used to cover cargo. Headboard: A vertical barrier across the front of the deck of a vehicle to prevent forward movement of cargo. Any single vehicle with a GVWR of 26, or more pounds, or any such vehicle towing another not in excess of 10, pounds.

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Prevent forward, rearward, or side-to-side movement: Either by the same means required for the bottom layer Or by the use of a blocking roll from a lower layer. A roll in the rearmost row of any layer must not be raised using dunnage. Or use chocks, wedges, tiedowns, blocking, and bracing. This is often accomplished with nails.

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